Why women in their 40s are seeking full-on facelifts instead of botox

Civil servant Mel Beard, 49, from West Sussex, pictured left before her facelift and right after the procedure said she considered going under the knife five years earlier.
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AbstractWe suggested operative techniques and indications of robotic neck surgery. To determine operative techniques and the indications for robotic neck surgery, we analyzed treatment outcomes of patients who received robotic neck surgery. Between May 2010 and July 2018, a total of 945 patients with various neck diseases visited Severance Hospital and underwent robotic neck surgery. A variety of approaches, including the retroauricular approach (RA), modified facelift approach (MFLA), transaxillary approach (TA), and transaxillary retroauricular approach (TARA), was used to remove various tumors in the neck. A total of 23...
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Conclusions: Robot-assisted Sistrunk operations for TGDC by a postauricular facelift approach are feasible and safe and yield excellent postoperative cosmesis. PMID: 32117512 [PubMed]
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Conclusion: Conducting osteotomy and rhytidectomy concurrently results in smooth facial contour and youthful appearance which improves patients’ self-image and contributes to high patients’ satisfaction. With a low complication rate and no long-term complication, the surgery is safe to perform. Level of Evidence: Level IV, the case study.
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Authors: Jovanovski T, Umek N, Kansky A, Cvetko E Abstract Damage to the great auricular nerve, with consequent clinical deficits, is a common surgical complication in facial aesthetic and in head and neck procedures such as parotidectomy, neck dissection, rhytidectomy and platysma flap operations. Hence, a thorough knowledge of nerve anatomy, particularly its potential variations, is critical in reducing the associated operative morbidity. Accordingly, we report an unusual variation of the anterior branch of the great auricular nerve noted in an 81-year-old female cadaver. The nerve was observed to course into the...
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Seminars in Plastic Surgery 2020; 34: 030-037 DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-3402767For optimal results, facial rejuvenation procedures should address both the tissue laxity and volume deflation associated with facial aging. The lift-and-fill face lift, in which fat grafting provides volumetric rejuvenation to the face while surgical lift effectively repositions and removes ptotic and redundant tissue, has revolutionized the plastic surgeon's approach to the aged face. An understanding of the intricate anatomy of distinct facial fat compartments and a systematic method to assess areas of fat atrophy and volume depletion are keys to p...
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An East End health facility is getting a major facelift that's projected to cost about $18.5 million. Cincinnati-based Episcopal Retirement Services, a nonprofit senior care and housing provider, announced Thursday that it will demolish a building that was constructed in the 1970s to make room for additional independent living patio homes, a new personal care building and a pond at the Episcopal C hurch Home campus. Episcopal Church Home, or ECH, is one of Louisville's largest providers of long-term…
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